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[ROM] [kitkat] [KFHD7] [4.4.4] [Unofficial] BeanStalk Build 4.4.4065(10/2)

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3rd October 2014, 03:03 AM   |  #161  
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UPDATE

Beanstalk10/2

Major changes to settings
Some changes to core apps
There is a FC on weather, just tick off "Disable FC Notifications" in Settings>BeanStalk ptions>Misc options..until its fixed

This build also works with SafinWasi's Kernel

ENJOY!
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11th October 2014, 02:45 PM   |  #162  
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UPDATE

Beanstalk10/2

Major changes to settings
Some changes to core apps
There is a FC on weather, just tick off "Disable FC Notifications" in Settings>BeanStalk ptions>Misc options..until its fixed

This build also works with SafinWasi's Kernel

ENJOY!

hi, just want to say it doesnt work for me...
I had CM11 working but with some random error to close apps.
I install this yesterday.
first time, screw up my tate. no boot, no, no twrp, nothing.
I redo to flash all back to 7.2.1... install twrp, install BeanStalk-4.4.4065-20141002-tate.zip and gapps-kk-20140606-signed_2.zip
right now, i'm stuck at kindle fire blue, 10min... i will leave it for while
did i miss something?
i did use full wipe...before install this new beanstalk.

thx
11th October 2014, 04:39 PM   |  #163  
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Hello

I tried to flash your rom but i my PC Windows 8.1 x64 don't find the driver when i'm on TWRP. I download the kindle fire hd drivers, try to install manually...Nothing to do....

Anyone could help me here please ?

Recovery TWRP is corrected installed

Thanks a lot

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11th October 2014, 04:42 PM   |  #164  
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hi, just want to say it doesnt work for me...
I had CM11 working but with some random error to close apps.
I install this yesterday.
first time, screw up my tate. no boot, no, no twrp, nothing.
I redo to flash all back to 7.2.1... install twrp, install BeanStalk-4.4.4065-20141002-tate.zip and gapps-kk-20140606-signed_2.zip
right now, i'm stuck at kindle fire blue, 10min... i will leave it for while
did i miss something?
i did use full wipe...before install this new beanstalk.

thx

Why would you flash back to stock? Once you've rooted and installed custom recovery, you're done.

Flash kernel, wipe caches. If it doesn't boot, restore a nandroid. If you don't have a nandroid, wipe caches and system, and reflash the rom. If it still causes problems, repeat the above but also wipe data.

I hear people flashing back to stock all time I don't know who taught them that. You're just making a much bigger mess for yourself.
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Why would you flash back to stock? Once you've rooted and installed custom recovery, you're done.

Flash kernel, wipe caches. If it doesn't boot, restore a nandroid. If you don't have a nandroid, wipe caches and system, and reflash the rom. If it still causes problems, repeat the above but also wipe data.

I hear people flashing back to stock all time I don't know who taught them that. You're just making a much bigger mess for yourself.

well, i dont really have a choice.
after flash this beanstalk, and all setps.
when i press reboot, it stuck at kindle fire (yellow) for while, i leave it 20 min, and it still there.
kindle fire(yellow) that all, not anime kindle fire.
when i flash back to stock, the kindle fire load normally.

now i'm back at the twrp. I install the lastest beanstalk and gapp.
after reboot, it stuck at kindle fire (blue) only... that it
11th October 2014, 07:49 PM   |  #166  
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well, i dont really have a choice.
after flash this beanstalk, and all setps.
when i press reboot, it stuck at kindle fire (yellow) for while, i leave it 20 min, and it still there.
kindle fire(yellow) that all, not anime kindle fire.
when i flash back to stock, the kindle fire load normally.

now i'm back at the twrp. I install the lastest beanstalk and gapp.
after reboot, it stuck at kindle fire (blue) only... that it

Reboot into recovery and reflash or restore nandroid or wipe caches. Do something from recovery to get it booting.
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well, i dont really have a choice.
after flash this beanstalk, and all setps.
when i press reboot, it stuck at kindle fire (yellow) for while, i leave it 20 min, and it still there.
kindle fire(yellow) that all, not anime kindle fire.
when i flash back to stock, the kindle fire load normally.

now i'm back at the twrp. I install the lastest beanstalk and gapp.
after reboot, it stuck at kindle fire (blue) only... that it

Are you sure your running the latest bootloader/recovery ? Try restoring a nandroid then make sure the md5sum is correct when you download beanstalk. Then wipe data cache and dalvik. Then flash ROM only.. If all goes well make a another backup and flash gapps. Sometimes gapps will cause it to freeze or bootloop. Try pa gapps also

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